Philips' New 27-Inch Monitor Has G-Sync Support

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homiezheadsup

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being that all the asus 1440ps are out of stock right now i think they'll get a few biters. i say in about a year or so we'll start seeing prices normalize.
 

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1920 x 1080 + 27-inch = FAIL!! WAKE UP PHILIPS!!! The industry standard now is 2560 x 1440 + 27-inch + G-Sync -OR- 3840 x 2160 + 28-inch (or greater) + G-Sync. I own both the Asus ROG Swift and Acer XB280HK and they are awesome! A truly game changing experience and well worth the price of entry IMHO.
 

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Top of the line at that form factor is hardly industry standard yet. In fact it remains to be seen if something like g-sync becomes a standard by itself, which, in my view, would be the logical projection for the industry that is not there yet.
 

SkyBill40

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Given that the Asus model is 1440p and only costs $100 more, Philips isn't going to sell any of these.
They may not sell many, but they will sell some and especially since the ASUS one has been out of stock for a while now. I suppose it all remains to be seen as to how many other vendors jump into the G-Sync boat, but more quality competition is better than none.
 
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